96 Maxima detail

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by THT, Sep 4, 2006.

  1. THT

    THT The easy way is always mined

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    I redid my Maxima today with the following; any constructive criticism is welcome.

    Sonus SFX2 on Sonus SFX2 pad (PC)
    Poorboys SSR1 on Sonus SFX2 pad (PC)
    Swirlbuster on Sonus SB pad (PC)
    Z5 Pro/ZFX/Z8 (PC)
    Pinnacle Sourveran (by hand)

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  2. Jeff Merr

    Jeff Merr Elite Member

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    looks awesome.
     
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    about:blank Whether you think that you can or that you can't,

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    10 yr old car and the paint is nearly perfect, kudos!!
     
  4. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Man...very nice!
    I've heard good things about swirlbuster and the sonus lineup.

    Then you used Z and Souv......no wonder it looks wettttttt!

    Excellent work. Looks better than new.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Looks really good, although why did you use Swirlbuster after SSR1? I'd figure you'd use that first and then follow with the Sonus polishes. :dunno:

    Sharp Maxima, love the wheels. :)
     
  6. THT

    THT The easy way is always mined

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    I chose that order so I could leverage the acrylic resins in the SB. I thought that if I used the SSR1 after the SB, the light abrasives in the SSR1 would remove them.

    Thanks for all the feedback!
     

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